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Recap: Bluebeam Basics Workshop 1

Last week over the course of four days we explored the core functionalities of Bluebeam Revu®. Topics included profiles and navigation, markups, markups list, and Studio®. Throughout this post we are going to dig into the most missed question during...

Creating a Bluebeam Studio Group

Studio® Groups found within Bluebeam® allow Project/Session owners to combine users groups into a single unit. After you have defined a Group, it can be used in any Session or Project you own or create. This saves Project/Session owners time...

How to Sign Documents in Bluebeam Revu

Bluebeam Revu® allows users to digitally certify and sign PDFs. Digital Certification is the act of certifying the accuracy of a document. When a document is digitally certified, its page content is locked to prevent changes. The certifier can opt...

How to Compare Documents using Bluebeam Revu

Have you ever received a document with unannounced changes? Bluebeam Revu® allows you to easily catch those adjustments with its document comparison capabilities. Two of the tools inside Revu® that help you accomplish this task are Compare Documents and Overlay...

How to Create Custom Tools For Quantity Linking

With Bluebeam Revu® you have the ability to create custom tools and then Bluebeam Revu eXtreme® gives you the capabilities to link those tools to an Excel spreadsheet. In this post we will go through how to create custom area...

How to Customize Autodesk Civil 3D Reports

Under the Report Manager in Toolspace, Autodesk Civil 3D has some very useful tools to generate reports on any civil objects. The Points and Parcel Reports are especially handy for things like producing a legal description. But how can these...

Maximizing Your Screen in Bluebeam Revu

In this blog we will look at how to maximize your screen capacity when working with documents in Bluebeam Revu®. The Revu® interface in broken up into three main segments: The Menu bar at the top Panel access on the...

Creating + Sharing Revu Standards in Studio Sessions

In Bluebeam Revu® you have the ability to create and save markups - then save those markups to corresponding toolsets. This allows for the creation of organizational standards to be used throughout your team. These standards allow for more seamless...

Batch Linking in Bluebeam Revu

Start by creating a multi-page document in Bluebeam Revu®. Navigate to the file menu tab and select "Create". From these options you will choose "From File" or "From Multiple Files". In this example, I have chosen the latter. Browse to...

Streamlining Your Revit Project Setup with Dynamo

Project setup is at best a tedious task requiring repetitious selections, clicks, and entries — and then getting to do so over and over again. I think you get the idea and I’m sure we’ve all been there. Dynamo can...
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